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? >> if you have a linkedin profile, create and have and manage a linkedin profile. you can link your updates to your twitter account. if you have a twitter account that is business related, that is great. if you are linking your facebook to your business twitter or business followers on twitter and you are talking about your son's little league game, that may not be cool. think about what you are doing. i don't recommend it. >> clearly, as we wrap up, it is about sending information to your friends that is fun or your business folks that is more in line with what they expect. >> right. i think the main thing is people should take this seriously. it is their brand. it is their reputation. they should take the time to do it right and analyze what they are doing and why they are doing it. >> you can't get away from your brand. denise, thank you. i appreciate you joining us. >>> a stowaway aboard a delta flight gave passengers a scare. was it a bird or bat? we will get another look in two minutes. hat if we turnedrash into surfboards? whatever your what if is, the new sprint biz 360 has custom s
. >> you want people to remember to use social media very witzly and carefully. >> used linkedin, and search with connections with people who have jobs. same high school, sorority, from a fraternity, church. get in there. >> keep your credit in good shape. >> this is hard for people. >> easier said than done. >> even if you can make only the minimum payment, make sure that you make them on time. employers are checking. >> thank you appreciate it. >>> wear that, not this. abercrombie & fitch offers to pay the situation from jersey shore not the wear its clothing. that after this. ♪ why settle for a one-note cereal? get more with honey bunches of oats. four nutritious grains come together for more taste, more texture, more healthy satisfaction. have a bowl of happy. ♪ hershey's chocolate syrup. stir up a smile. on today's show, keep your photos right at your fingertips. literally! ok. can you zoom in on this? ok. this is my boyfriend. this is my mom and dad. robin, you ok? whatcha doin'? oh, dealing with a slight underwear malfunction. oh, you need hanes panties. they don't rid
and linkedin and everything else without the kinds of concerns about privacy that my generation grew up with. so when we look ahead, it is not that we don't want to protect vital information, but the whole idea of -- basically americans like government when their security is threatened. they don't like government when their privacy is threatened or when their communications are threatened. going forward, that's an interesting thing to think about. culturally we may be evolving into a society or a world where a lot of people don't particularly care if you are tromping about in their cyberspace. >> let me see, i should note that a government executive has just published a special issue on cyber-security, and our terrific technology web site has a lot of other information in addition to what was public -- published in print on that topic. that is nextgov.com. i think we have run out of time, but we have covered some interesting territory i think. why don't we give john and the others a round of applause. [applause] >> today a look at aviation security and improvements since 9/11. after that, se
. when he answered, that's when he was abducted and we know that weinstein is in his 60's, linkedin page says he's lived in lahore for seven years and pakistani police say he's planning to leave in a week or so and working for a consulting ferm based in the d.c. area out of arlington, virginia. he was apparently in the business of helping train workers and improve exports for pakistan's leather trade according to news reports out of pakistan and in this part of the country, lahore, has been a hot bed of insurgent activity and operate along the borders with afghanistan and this morning we don't know who is behind it or why exactly they've singled out this american contractor, guys, so frightening. thank you, peter from d.c. >> thanks, peter. >> all righty. some of the other headlines making news today. the troubled news revealed about the suspects held in the connection with the death of robin gardner. the missing woman in aruba. his former wife describes him as not being able to control his anger. sandals and pink shirt found during the search of an abandoned mine do not belong to her. s
a lot of stuff out there on facebook and linkedin and everything else without the kind of concern about privacy that my generation grew up with and have sort of rubbed into it. so when we look ahead, it's not that we don't want to protect vital information, but the whole idea of, basically, americans like government when their security is threatened. they don't like government when their privacy is threatened or when their communications are threatened. so just going forward that's an interesting thing to think about, that culturally we may be evolving into a society or a world where a lot of people don't particularly care if you're tromping about in their cyberspace. >> so let me see, i should note that government executive has just published a special issue on cybersecurity and that our terrific technology web site, next gov.com, has a lot of other information in addition to what was published in this print on that topic. i think we have run out of time. there is so much more we could talk about, but we've, we've covered some very interesting territory, i think. and so let me thank jo
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